The cheese capital of the States is here to offer you their finest. Gather your specialty cheeses from the finest cheese factories. Pair with wine from the Tri-States vineyards, and you will be sure to impress your guests at the next party. Also enjoy the scenic rolling hills of Southwest Wisconsin. Orchards, vineyards, hiking trails, and rivers are just some of the qualities that make Southwest Wisconsin the inspiration for books and travelers.
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    "Telling Our Story" at Sinsinawa Mound

    “Telling Our Story” recalls the early days at Sinsinawa Mound (1830’s-40’s), and the first pioneers to live there. It also highlights the story of the Dominican sisters, founded at the Mound by Fr. Mazzuchelli in 1847. The exhibit includes antique furniture, houeshold and convent items from 1860’s to 1900’s, historic photographs, and more from the […]

    585 County Road Z Sinsinawa, WI
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    "Tracing a Journey" at Sinsinawa Mound

    Fr. Samuel Mazzuchelli was a pioneer Dominican priest who traveled the upper Midwest in the 1800’s establishing more than 30 parish communities. Born in Italy in 1806, his steps are traced by boat, horseback and foot to explore his trials and triumphs as a missionary. Upon his death, a penance chain was discovered around his […]

    585 County Road Z Sinsinawa, WI
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    Alp and Dell Cheese

    Tony and Esther Zgraggen immigrated in the 1980’s to the United States from Switzerland. At that time they had a Dairy farm and for 5 years took cheese to the farmers market in Madison. After being absent from the Dairy industry for several years, they found the way back to the “cheese” with the purchase […]

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    Anton's Saloon

    Anton’s Saloon is open April – December, Thursday through Sunday. Stop in and try one of our “Macho Burgers.”

    26320 County Hwy W Shullsburg, WI
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    Benvenutos

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    1621 Progressive Parkway, Platteville, WI, 53818
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    Boscobel Chamber of Commerce

    Boscobel, Wisconsin, the birthplace of The Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River, is your gateway to the unglaciated “Driftless Area” of Wisconsin, truly one of the state’s most beautiful and pristine regions. Here in the southwest Wisconsin city of Boscobel, you’ll find the charm of years gone by and the conveniences of today.

    800 Wisconsin Avenue Boscobel, WI
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    Brodhead Chamber of Commerce

    Brodhead is in the heart of Wisconsin’s Dairyland in South Central Wisconsin! We have many wonderful things to offer: a diverse business community, deep-rooted farming community, and small town hospitality.

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    Cassville Tourism

    Nestled between the scenic bluffs and the mighty Mississippi River, Cassville, Wisconsin is surrounded with natural beauty, and the quiet and peace of days gone by. Visitors can become part of the nostalgic past traveling back in time at the Stonefield Historic Site featuring a recreated turn-of-the-century village and the State Agricultural Museum. The Nelson […]

    100 East Amelia Cassville, WI
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    Center for the Arts at UW-Platteville

    The UW-Platteville Center for the Arts provides a professional performing arts environment for students to learn about the arts through performance and classroom learning and provides quality performing arts and cultural opportunities for the community and the region.

    755 W Main St. Platteville, WI 53818
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    City of Cuba City

    Located in Southwest Wisconsin on Wisconsin Highway 80, between US Highways 151 and 20, Cuba City is where the picturesque meets the energy of Midwestern passions for education, healthy living, and community.

    108 North Main Cuba City, WI
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    Crystal Lake Cave

    In 1868 lead miners drilled 40 feet into the ground to find traces of a rich lead vein. In this process they found very little lead, but instead discovered a natural geological wonder of matchless beauty. In 1932, the late Bernard Markus, (one of the original lead miners), opened the cave to the public, naming […]

    6684 Crystal Lake Cave Road, Dubuque, IA 52003
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    Dickeyville Grotto

    Visit the Dickeyville Grotto. The beautiful creation of Father Wernerus, built between 1925-1930 that is dedicated to the love of God and Country.

    305 West Main Street Dickeyville, WI
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    Dodgeville Area Chamber of Commerce

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    338 North Iowa Dodgeville, WI
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    Fennimore Chamber of Commerce

    Located at the crossroads of Grant County in Southwestern Wisconsin, Fennimore offers natural beauty, hometown charm (pop. 2500) and a friendly community atmosphere. Fennimore WI has excellent businesses and wonderful people. The Fennimore Chamber of Commerce encourages residents to support local businesses. Chamber business promotions occur throughout the year. Members of the community work together […]

    850 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI
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    Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum

    The Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum showcases classic and collectible dolls and toys from around the world. Established in 1991, the museum features heirlooms owned by or on loan to the museum. Now in our fifth season in a different building and under the management of the Friends of the Doll and Toy Museum, the […]

    1135 6th Street Fennimore, WI
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    Fennimore Railroad Historical Society Museum

    The Fennimore Railroad Historical Society Museum, home of the “Dinky”, is located in the former city power house and utility building. The building has been remodeled inside and out to resemble a turn-of-the-century depot. The replica loading platform was built with sand and brick, just the way it was originally built, using brick from the […]

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    Gile Cheese

    Gile Cheese LLC makes the finest cheese Wisconsin has to offer. When you order from us, you are helping us to keep the Wisconsin Dairy tradition alive. Carr Cheese Factory has been operated by the Gile Family since 1946. We are proud to be Wisconsin State Champion cheesemakers, winning over 200 awards. Please try one […]

    116 North Main Cuba City, WI
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    Grant County Tourism

    Grant County Wisconsin has many unique features for interested tourists. Information about the county is available at visitor centers, local chamber of commerce offices, government offices, and other locations throughout the county. The Grant County Tourism Council prepares an annual Travel Planner which highlights local events throughout the year. Historic sites and communities. The wild […]

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    Great River Road Museum of Contemporary Art

    The Great River Road Museum of Contemporary Art is dedicated to the display of contemporary art and to the support and development of contemporary artists. Situated on the historic Great River Road in the scenic town of Potosi, Wisconsin, the Great River Road Museum of Contemporary Art is nestled in the heart of the tri […]

    101 North Main Street Potosi, WI
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    Green County Tourism

    Smile, and say cheese! You’re in southwestern Wisconsin’s Green County – famous for Swiss heritage and ethnic cuisine, colorful festivals, and tasty local brews perfectly paired with award-winning cheese. With two trails and mile after mile of paved back roads, Green County offers the best biking in the region. The scenery along the way? Cows […]

    1016 16th Avenue Monroe, WI
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    Green River Guest House

    Green River Guest House, Fennimore WI, offers you the quiet and privacy of a furnished rental cabin get-away combined with the comfort of modern amenities. Located at the intersection of County Road K and Star Lane in Northern Grant County, Wisconsin, the Green River Guest House is a three minute walk to the Big Green […]

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    Hidden Valleys of Southwest Wisconsin

    Here are just a few activities and attractions to enjoy in the Hidden Valleys Area: Biking, Hiking, Skiing, Eagles, Bird watching, Fishing, Canoeing, Shopping, Meetings/conventions, Rails to trails, Birding, Mississippi River, River Boats, Museums, River Tours, Southwest Wisconsin, Star Spangled Celebration, Center Color Fiesta, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richland Center, WI HS Rodeo Finals, Country Living […]

    Richland Center, WI
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    Mining Museum & Rollo Jamison Museum

    The Mining Museum and Rollo Jamison Museum in Platteville offers underground tours of an 1845 lead mine and above ground rides in a 1931 mine train. See exhibits on the history of lead and zinc mining in the Upper Mississippi Valley.

    405 East Main Street Platteville, WI
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    Muscoda

    Muscoda, which means “Prairie of Flowers,” is a growing community of almost 1,300. Located in the heart of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway and nestled in the corner of three counties – Grant, Iowa & Richland – Muscoda, Wisconsin is conveniently located at the junction of Hwy 80 and Hwy 60. If you are traveling […]

    206 North Wisconsin Avenue Muscoda, WI
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    National Brewery Museum & Library

    The National Brewery Museum™ and research library preserve the rich history of America’s breweries through the preservation of brewery memorabilia and advertising. Changing displays will highlight various breweries and collectibles. The Potosi Brewing Company Transportation Museum tells the story of how an industrial building on the Great River Road made use of the river, the […]

    133 North Main Potosi, WI
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    National Historic Cheesemaking Center

    The National Historic Cheesemaking Museum is located at the southern gateway to Wisconsin, just a few miles north of the Illinois/Wisconsin line. Our staff eagerly awaits your visit to tell the story of early cheesemaking gave Monroe the title of the “Cheese Capital of the USA.” During your visit, invision how cheese was made in […]

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    Pendarvis Historic Site

    Greeted by a knowledgeable guide outfitted in period attire. Wander on a terraced hillside dotted with stone-and-log built by Cornish lead miners in the 1840s before Wisconsin statehood. Located in Mineral Point, WI, learn about the 1840’s lead mining boom that brought immigrant miners from Cornwall, England to settle in Southwest Wisconsin. See how miners […]

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    Platteville Country Kitchen

    Country Kitchen began with a dream . . . . . It started with the vision of an enterprising young boy by the name of Bill Johnson. At the age of 14, Bill Johnson left his Kentucky home and headed for the “big city” of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was armed with only an eighth-grade education […]

    65 East Business Highway 151 Platteville, WI
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    Platteville Dairy Queen

    For more than 60 years, the Dairy Queen system’s recipe for success has been simple. It’s been a combination of hard-working people who own and operate restaurants and great-tasting food and tempting treats served in our establishments. The founders of the Dairy Queen system were men and women who introduced a new kind of dessert […]

    110 US Highway 151 Platteville, WI
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    Potosi-Tennyson Chamber of Commerce

    Nestled beside the scenic Mississippi River, on the Great River Road, the Potosi/Tennyson community was founded on mining and farming. With tourist destinations, excellent schools, and small town values, it is a great place to live and visit. When you’re here, you’re home!

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    Rural Route 1 Popcorn

    History of RR1 Popcorn Rural Route 1 Popcorn got its start in 1983 as a result of an experiment that turned into an opportunity to diversify and explore a new production crop. Biddick, Inc. (formerly Trelay Farms, Inc.) of Livingston, Wisconsin, has been a producer of seed corn since 1906 when the founder, Elmer Biddick […]

    101 Highway 18 Montfort, WI
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    Shullsburg Cheese Store & Brewster House

    The Brewster House Restaurant is located in the Historic district of the quaint Victorian mining village of Shullsburg Wisconsin. Take a short drive to enjoy a charming, relaxed atmosphere where you can sample some famous Shullsburg Cheese and shop for those hard to find gifts in our unique gift shop and Plan to dine with […]

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    Shullsburg Community Development

    Shullsburg, the third oldest community in the state, is unique with many restored buildings & Gravity Hill. Enjoy year round shopping, dining in our great restaurants, and comfortable overnight accommodations.

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    Sinsinawa Mound

    The Mound, the highest point in Grant County, is home to the Dominican Sisters and is open to the public as a retreat/conference center. The Book & Gift Gallery store features baked goods, unique gifts and home decor.

    585 County Road Z Sinsinawa, WI
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    State Theatres

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    151 Millenium Drive Platteville, WI
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    Stonefield Historic Site

    Stonefield Historic Site in Cassville is a museum of agriculture history and village life. Learn about the rise of turn-of-the-century dairy farming and the development of modern farm implements. Experience the sights and sounds of the railroad. Located along the Great River Road near Cassville.

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    Swindler's Ridge Museum

    Located on the town’s Main Street, Swindlers’ Ridge Museum is home to artifacts and historical memorabilia from Benton and from the surrounding area. Included is memorabilia from the lead-mining industry that once was so prevalent in and around Benton. The museum is open from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday between […]

    25 W. Main Street, Benton, WI
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    TriCor Insurance

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    230 West Cherry Street Lancaster, WI
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    Whispering Bluffs Vineyard & Winery

    Whispering Bluffs Winery, hidden away in the bluffs near the Mississippi River in Potosi, WI. A great place to enjoy your favorite wine, with some chocolate or cheese. Shop for many gift items or pieces of art on display and offered for sale.

    196 1/2 South Main Street Potosi, WI
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